One World Cultural Festival

“Celebrating Linguistic Diversity”

Cultural Festival Logo

A long-standing tradition at Pitt-Bradford, the festival celebrates the many different cultures represented by the Pitt-Bradford student body, faculty and staff. 

The One World Cultural Festival was held on Saturday, February 25 in the Frame-Westerberg Commons.


  • The White Pine Singers and Dancers
  • Perry Ground – talking turtle stories
  • Diamond Steppers and Bollywood club mashup
  • Studio B “Queen B’s” Jazz Dance
  • Bollywood Kidz Hip Hop Dancing

Activity Tables

  • Basket Weaving
  • Henna Designs/Tattoos
  • Language Intensive Study Abroad and Vira I Heinz Scholarship table
  • Experience a Language Spoken on Campus – International Student Association
  • Korean Calligraphy
  • Discover Lacrosse , It’s history and meaning to the Haudenosaunee people
  • Origami – 1000 cranes for the Sadako Sasaki Hiroshima memorial 
  • Yummy Treats from Around the World – International Student Association
  • African Proverbs: “A Guide to Life” – African Student Association
  • Writer’s Ink – Language, Poetry, and Zines
  • Welcome Buttons in the 23+ languages spoken on Campus
  • Pronouns and Identities in Other Cultures – UPB Pride Alliance


  • Free Appetizers, Desserts, and Drinks from all over the world
  • Full meal available in the dining hall from students’ favorite world recipes